Yesterday, I cried Denise Filiatralt. I’m not proud of it, it’s not intentional.
I’m interviewing Madame Filiatralt about a documentary she made about her daughter Daniel Lorraine’s life and will air on TVA tonight at 9 p.m.
But when I asked Denise about the Leger poll result, the party gave Quebecois a hungry score (9%) on voting intentions and she started crying. “It simply came to our notice then. It hurts me. That’s painful. “
Hearing that, why are there no artists today who have long supported PK, the cause of independence and the French …
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On the evening of November 15, 1976, when the party Quebecois came to power, we must remind the little ones that Denise Filiatralt was on stage with Doris Lucier to name the elected PQ candidates one by one. Those who remember “Denise Filiatralt is jumping everywhere” will remember.
For all sorts of reasons, over the years, Quebec artists have abandoned PQ. They have a right.
But it makes me cry today like Denise when I see young artists who don’t care about Quebec as their first guitar.
When Air Canada CEO Michael Rousseau made his famous speech in English, I wrote that I could not understand why no one at the ADISQ Gala talked about it.
Although the company is headquartered in Montreal, we learned yesterday that CN’s board of directors did not include a single Francophone. How can this kind of information no longer provoke tastes? If you’re a Francophone artist in Quebec, the reason for the clumsy language is that you have to stay awake at night, right?
On Wednesday, Balarama Holiness wrote a bilingual message on Twitter calling on the media to form a new regional party. First in English, then in French. French was the second language in Quebec, and in another era, seizures occurred at the Union des Artists.
But in 2022, it will not lift anyone’s leg hair in the “artistic community” except for writers like Daniel Boucher, Patrice Coquero, Claude Andre or animators like Sophie Stanke.
Today, the only reasons Capitol Cito has young assembling young artists are inclusion and diversity.
But when francophones are excluded, it is radio silence. Faces a lack of linguistic diversity, which is radio silence.
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Please in the franchise
In Daniel Lorraine’s fantastic documentary, Denise Filiatralt and Michelle Tremble recall how much drama is Cousin Important for Quebec. The play was performed because Denise Filiatralt fought, because no other theater wanted it. And in 1968 people went to see her because Denise had promised to perform in the play Filiatralt.
As I watched the documentary, I thought to myself: On the CN board of directors, there is no one who understands the language of Jermaine Lazon and Mary-Ange Browlet …